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Denshi jisho


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Denshi jisho

  1. 1. CONTENTS OF THE DICTIONARYLexiconSentencesKanji
  2. 2. LEXICON English interface Jap-to-Eng and Eng-to-Jap translations  Translated vocabulary/expressions instead of definitions
  3. 3. LEXICON Searching can be carried out in kana, rômaji or kanji Locates the base form of inflected words Notes on usage:  Common or rare  Meaning restricted to specific contexts  Register or dialect
  4. 4. LEXICON
  5. 5. SENTENCES Jap-Eng/Eng-Jap bilingual sentences Not always perfectly accurate
  6. 6. KANJI Search by radicals  Example: 言 説 獄 話 罰 No need to identify every radical
  7. 7. KANJI
  8. 8. KANJI
  9. 9. KANJI
  10. 10. KANJI
  11. 11. KANJI
  12. 12. KANJI
  13. 13. KANJI
  14. 14. KANJI
  15. 15. KANJI
  16. 16. KANJI
  17. 17. EXTENT OF THE CONTENTS110,000 up-to-date entries for general terms12,000 on computing and communications14,000 entries relating to engineering and science720,000 Japanese names160,000 bilingual example sentences13,039 kanji
  18. 18. CONCLUSION Offers varied functions Recommendable tool for non-native Japanese students Useful to train kanji memorizing skills Effectively combines data from different sources into a single dictionary